Went to visit the Gower, South Wales at the weekend to investigate the landscape there for future shoots. I came away with a feeling of calm and absolutely loved the gentle beauty that exists in the region. We only scratched the surface but saw enough to tell me that there is much to photograph and plenty to keep the mind occupied image wise.
We stayed near Rhossili and the south coast has some of the most beautiful beaches in the UK. Sandy beaches surrounded by interesting rocky outcrops that would be perfect for dawns and sunsets. These images were captured at sunset near Worms Head and although we saw a lovely sunset, the cloud cover wasn’t sufficient for anything too spectacular. It was cold but I think it could get a whole lot colder there!
Images taken with Canon 5D III, 17-40mm f4 L lens at 100 ISO and f18 using tripod.